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Autumn Semester 2021

Advances in Infection Biology, Epidemiology and Global Public Health

  • Time
    20 September Mondays 17.15 -18.00
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    1
  • Institution
    Swiss TPH, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    Prof. Dr. Jürg Utzinger
  • Place
    online
  • Contact

    Christine Mensch (christine.mensch@swisstph.ch)​

  • Registration

    ​through mobility or by e-mail to Christine Mensch

Thinking cities

  • Time
    20 September Mondays 16.15 - 18.00; last course date 9 November
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    2
  • Institution
    IGD, University of Lausanne
  • Lecturer
    M. Müller, R. Véron
  • Content

    ​The course traces the different approaches through which scholars throughout the world have analysed urban processes and urban planning, and the different models and visions that have guided city building. In a first part entitled 'thinking cities', we discuss the major theories of cities and urban processes, with a particular focus on recent theories. This includes theories on: cities and capital; cities and postmodernism; cities and the world; cities from elsewhere; cities and difference; cities as assemblage. The second part, entitled 'building cities', focuses first on prescriptive theories, which aim to develop approaches for planners and interrogate the role of planners: rational planning; advocacy planning; communicative/collaborative planning; pragmatic planning; adaptive planning and non-planning. Second we will discuss earlier and contemporary normative planning models, which develop physical pictures of an ideal city or advocate specific planning principles such as Modernism and contemporary normative models such as the sustainable city, the smart city etc.


    Competences: Understand main propositions of key theories and debates relating to cities and planning; Distinguish between different types of theories; Assess strengths and weaknesses of different theories; Evaluate different city models and visions; Reconstruct the link between theoretical debates and urban outcomes; Transfer analyses between different urban contexts; Choose an appropriate theory for a research question. 

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    ​R. Véron (rene.veron@unil.ch)

  • Registration

    ​To register for the course as an external student, please contact Marie-Christelle Pierlot marie-christelle.pierlot@unil.ch or +41216923513

Introduction to One Health

  • Time
    21 September Tuesdays 08.15 - 10.00
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    Swiss TPH, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    Prof. Dr. Jakob Zinsstag
  • Content

    ​Environmental effects on the risk of infectious diseases are not new. Micro- and macro parasites share many fundamental properties with humans and animals. Hence, an ecological perspective is appropriate for understanding and controlling infectious diseases. Ecological thinking recognises the importance of fundamental physical, chemical and biological processes that affect the survival and reproduction of all living organisms. These include evolutionary, social, economic and political processes. Theoretical concepts move from “One Health”, which emphasises close cooperation of human and animal health interventions, to broader considerations of health in social-ecological systems.
    Theoretical lectures and group work are combined with presentations from ongoing research projects on avian influenza, rabies, bovine tuberculosis, brucellosis and anthrax of the human and animal health research group at Swiss TPH. In this year, individual students are invited to contribute to a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on One Health.


    Learning outcomes:
    To provide insight into the ecology of infectious diseases in Africa to students of African Studies; to provide insight into the impact of disease on sustainable development to students of Sustainable Development; to provide background on environmental determinants of disease to students in Epidemiology.

  • Place
    tbd
  • Contact

    ​Christine Mensch (christine.mensch@swisstph.ch)

  • Registration

    through mobility or by e-mail to Christine Mensch

Building Peace and Reforming the State? Insights from Syria, Bosnia-Herzegovina and South Sudan

  • Time
    21 September Tuesdays 16.15 - 17.45
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    swisspeace, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    Sibel Gürler
  • Content

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  • Place
    Bernoullistrasse 14/16, Seminarraum 02.004
  • Contact

    ​Metka Herzog (metka.herzog@swisspeace.ch)

  • Registration

    Register through University of Basel, if this is not possible, contact Metka Herzog

Gestion de ressources et agriculture

  • Time
    21 September Tuesdays 16.15 - 18.00
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    5
  • Institution
    IGD, University of Lausanne
  • Lecturer
    V. Boisvert
  • Content

    ​L'objet de ce cours est de présenter les principaux modèles et cadres analytiques mobilisables pour l'étude des régimes de gestion des ressources naturelles et des régimes de production agricoles et alimentaires. Les perspectives privilégiées sont celles de l'étude des commons (institutions et formes d'appropriation et de gestion collective des ressources) et celle de l'écologie politique. L'approche retenue est appliquée et interdisciplinaire. Une fois les principaux cadres d'analyse présentés (séances 1 et 2), avec quelques illustrations à l'appui, ils seront appliqués aux thématiques les plus actuelles de la gestion des ressources naturelles et des politiques agraires : services écosystémiques et rémunérations/compensations associées (séance 3), résilience et adaptation des socio-systèmes (séance 4), évolutions des filières agro-alimentaires internationales et de leur rapport à l'espace (séances 5 à 7).


    Connaître des cadres d'analyse sur la gestion des ressources naturelles. Se familiariser avec les modèles de politiques agraires dans les pays en développement.  Comprendre les régimes actuels de production et de distribution alimentaire mondiaux et leurs impacts locaux. Produire une analyse détaillée sur un cas précis de gestion des ressources naturelles.

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    ​V. Boisvert (valerie.boisvert@unil.ch)

  • Registration

    ​To register for the course as an external student, please contact Marie-Christelle Pierlot marie-christelle.pierlot@unil.ch or +41216923513

Villes et développement

  • Time
    21 September Tuesdays 14.15 - 16.00; last course date 3 November
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    IGD, University of Lausanne
  • Lecturer
    René Véron
  • Content

    ​Plus de 50% de la population mondiale vit dans les villes et le monde continue de devenir de plus en plus urbain. Les taux de croissance urbaine sont particulièrement élevés dans les pays du Sud (notamment en Afrique et en Asie) et les villes dans les pays en voie de développement et émergeants doivent faire face à une rapide expansion. Cela a motivé un intérêt renouvelé pour la problématique des villes du Sud de la part de la pratique et de la théorie du développement. Les villes sont vues comme les sites (et même les moteurs) du développement économique mais elles sont également confrontées à des grands défis sociaux et économiques tel que le manque de logements adéquats, de services urbains, d'opportunités d'emplois dignes, etc.  Ce cours examine des différentes perspectives de l'urbanisation et du développement urbain dans les pays du Sud et des problématiques sociales et économiques qui y sont reliées. Le cours introduit plusieurs conceptualisations du processus de l'urbanisation ainsi que des approches du développement urbain. De plus, des problèmes urbains particuliers comme le logement, la pauvreté et le sous-emploi seront discutés. Les étudiant(e)s analyseront ces problèmes et réfléchiront à des possibles solutions dans les cas des villes choisies.


    A la fin du cours, les participant(e)s seront en mesure de : décrire et expliquer les processus urbains et les conditions de vie dans les villes du Sud; appliquer des concepts introduits dans ce cours pour examiner des problèmes concrets du développement et des solutions proposées dans une ville; rédiger un rapport de type « consultant du développement » et communiquer ces résultats visuellement et oralement.

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    ​R. Véron (rene.veron@unil.ch)

  • Registration

    ​To register for the course as an external student, please contact Marie-Christelle Pierlot marie-christelle.pierlot@unil.ch or +41216923513


    Prerequisite:  You must also take the course "Thinking Cities" either before or in parallel

New Research in Peace, Conflict and Development Studies

  • Time
    22 September Wednesdays 14.15 - 15-45
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    swisspeace, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    Laurent Goetschel, Dana Landau
  • Content

    ​Participants discuss research methods and new research perspectives in the field of peace, conflict, and development studies. Presentations and discussions are based on state of the art publications and on the participants ongoing or planned research projects at MA or PhD level.


    Learning outcomes:
    Participants are familiar with research approaches and methods in the thematic area of the seminar. They know how to discuss and compare these approaches and methods and they are better prepared for their ongoing or forthcoming research work.

  • Place
    Bernoullistrasse 14/16, 4056 Basel
  • Contact

    ​Metka Herzog (metka.herzog@swisspeace.ch)

  • Registration

    ​Register through University of Basel, if this is not possible, contact Metka Herzog

Peace Research Colloquium

  • Time
    22 September Wednesdays (every two weeks) 16.15 -17.45
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    1
  • Institution
    swisspeace, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    Dana Landau
  • Content

    ​During the autumn semester, swisspeace, the Department of Social Sciences, and the Institute of Political Science are hosting a bi-weekly «peace research colloquium» open to all members of the University and all other interested parties. Every other week we will host a scholar to present findings from recent peace research, presenting recently published books and articles, and to discuss the state of the field.


    Learning outcomes:
    Participants will be introduced to the latest books and papers in peace research and have the opportunity to discuss these with leading peace researchers from around the world. Students taking the colloquium for credit will: 1) Be able to summarise recently published findings and their implications for the study of peace and conflict research, 2) Be able to critically reflect on and discuss presentations with authors, 3) Reflect on the current state of peace research and practice.

  • Place
    either online or at University of Basel, Kollegienhaus, Hörsaal 102
  • Contact

    ​Metka Herzog (metka.herzog@swisspeace.ch)

  • Registration

    ​Register through swisspeace, at https://www.swisspeace.ch/register/

Conservation de la nature

  • Time
    22 September 14.15-18.00; 29 September, 20 October, 3, 17, 24 November, 8 and 15 December 08.15-12.00; All day field trips 5 and 24 November
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    4
  • Institution
    IGD, University of Lausanne
  • Lecturer
    L. Chanteloup, G. Walters, E. Reynard, T. Badman
  • Content

    ​In November 2019, the University of Lausanne and the IUCN signed a partnership agreement aimed at intensifying their exchanges around research work and its applications on the planet's environmental concerns. This course is a concrete application of this partnership involving both various researchers from Unil and IUCN professionals. A convention is also being set up between the University of Lausanne and the Lavaux World Heritage Association to strengthen the scientific knowledge carried out in this protected area. This course aims to get better acquainted with this site and the conservation challenges it faces. Content

    - Introduction to Nature Conservation
    - Protected areas and landscape governance
    - Conservation and management issues
    - Management effectiveness, World Heritage, geoparks, biosphere reserves and Ramsar.
    - Fieldtrip to Lavaux Unesco site
    - Hunting, protected areas and conservation
    - Fieldtrip to IUCN center
    - Conservation by indigenous peoples and local communities
    - Conservation and Education


    The objective of this course is to bring elements of reflection and analysis to students concerning contemporary debates around the conservation and protection of nature. This course reviews the definitions as well as the historical and cultural aspects of nature conservation and the implementation of different protected areas around the world. It also addresses through various examples and case studies the current management issues in nature conservation. This course-seminar includes two field trips with meetings of IUCN professionals.


    The objective of this course is to bring elements of reflection and analysis to students concerning contemporary debates around the conservation and protection of nature. This course reviews the definitions as well as the historical and cultural aspects of nature conservation and the implementation of different protected areas around the world. It also addresses through various examples and case studies the current management issues in nature conservation. This course-seminar includes two field trips with meetings of IUCN professionals.

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    ​Prof Laine Chanteloup (laine.chanteloup@unil.ch)

  • Registration

    ​To register for the course as an external student, please contact Marie-Christelle Pierlot marie-christelle.pierlot@unil.ch or +41216923513

Theories for Understanding Changing Societies II

  • Time
    23 September Thursdays 14.15 - 15.45
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    swisspeace, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    Basil Bornemann, Julia Büchele, Metka Herzog, Joschka Philipps, Katrin Sontag, Aylin Brigitte Yildirim Tschoepe
  • Content

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  • Place
    Rosshofgasse (Schnitz), Seminarraum S02
  • Contact

    Metka Herzog (metka.herzog@swisspeace.ch)

  • Registration

    ​Metka Herzog (metka.herzog@swisspeace.ch)

Authoritarianism in post-communist Europe

  • Time
    23 September Thursdays 12.15 - 13.45
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    swisspeace, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    Leandra Bias
  • Content

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  • Place
    X-Bernoullistrasse 14/16
  • Contact

    ​Metka Herzog (metka.herzog@swisspeace.ch)

  • Registration

    Register through University of Basel, if this is not possible, contact Metka Herzog​

Théories et pratiques du développement

  • Time
    23 September Thursdays 10.15 - 12.00
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    IGD, University of Lausanne
  • Lecturer
    R. Véron
  • Content

    ​Ce cours est une introduction aux Etudes du développement dans une perspective géographique ainsi qu'un aperçu des théories du développement depuis la période d'après-guerre jusqu'au présent. Les Etudes du développement constituent un champ académique appliqué et interdisciplinaire qui examine les processus, stratégies, programmes et projets de développement dans le pays du Sud avec le but d'évaluer et d'améliorer les politiques et les projets visant à bénéficier les populations pauvres. Après une brève introduction au concept du développement, le cours examine dans une première partie les 'grandes théories' du développement des années 1950, 1960 et 1970. Ces théories et leurs résultats réels forment une base de la compréhension de l'essor du courant dominant néolibéral actuel. Dans une deuxième partie, cette approche néolibérale, ses révisions et ses critiques sont discutées. Ces théories récentes ont aussi influencé les approches de la coopération internationale et elles déterminent les préoccupations contemporaines dont nous discutons quelques-unes. Le cours met l'accent sur des approches généralisées et macro, mais des études de cas accompagneront les analyses critiques.


    À la fin du semestre, les étudiant-e-s auront développé leur: 1. connaissance des concepts clés des Etudes du développement ; 2. compréhension des théories principales du développement dans leur contexte politico-historique ; 3. compétence permettant de comparer, d'évaluer et de critiquer les différentes théories du développement ; 4. compréhension des liens entre théorie et pratique dans le champ du développement ; 5. idée du jargon et de la pratique de la coopération internationale ; 6. reconnaissance de la complexité des processus du développement dans les pays du Sud et des complications concernant les interventions de l'extérieur.

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    ​R. Véron (rene.veron@unil.ch)

  • Registration

    ​To register for the course as an external student, please contact Marie-Christelle Pierlot marie-christelle.pierlot@unil.ch or +41216923513

Cycle de project: politique, conception, mise-en-œuvre, suivi

  • Time
    23 September Thursdays 14.15 - 16.00; last course day 18 November; attention->no course on 21 October
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    IGD, University of Lausanne
  • Lecturer
    N. Jammet
  • Content

    ​Ce cours donnera les outils nécessaires pour développer un projet de développement ou de la conservation de la nature.  Le cours, en 11 séquences articulé autour du « cycle du projet », focalisera sur les thèmes suivants : les politiques des projets, les besoins des acteurs, les demandes des bailleurs, la conception d’une idée de projet avec des acteurs, la théorie de changement, le cadre logique, la mise-en-œuvre, l’évaluation des projets selon les normes de sauvegardes environnementales et sociales, le suivi-évaluation et la phase de bilan (« learning ») pour informer futurs projets. Les étudient.e.s vont développer des projets utilisant un canevas d’un bailleur.


    • Comprendre les contextes des projets
    • Comment élaborer un projet avec des acteurs
    • Comprendre les phases du cycle de projet

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    ​G. Walters (gretchen.walters@unil.ch)

  • Registration

    ​To register for the course as an external student, please contact Marie-Christelle Pierlot marie-christelle.pierlot@unil.ch or +41216923513

Qualitative and mixed methods

  • Time
    24 September Fridays 09.15 - 13.00 (last course date 5 November 2021)
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    2
  • Institution
    Swiss TPH, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    PD Dr. Sonja Merten
  • Content

    ​Qualitative and mixed methods have gained importance in public health. In this lecture students will learn about the basic principles of these methods and study designs. By means of lectures and accompanying practical examples, different steps in using qualitative and mixed methods will be presented, including data collection, data management and analyses as well as presentation of findings.

    Content:
    Introduction to the basics of qualitative and mixed methods
    Interrelationships and complementarity of qualitative and quantitative methods
    Study design
    Research methods
    Data management and analysis
    Use of software for managing qualitative data
    Ethics

    Learning outcomes:
    To understand the principles of qualitative and mixed methods and study designs in health and health services research; to be able to apply basic qualitative and mixed methods in practice.

  • Place
    tbd
  • Contact

    ​Christine Mensch (christine.mensch@swisstph.ch)

  • Registration

    through mobility or by e-mail to Christine Mensch

Current Ecological and Health Issues in Africa

  • Time
    24 September Fridays 14.15 - 16.00
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    2
  • Institution
    Swiss TPH, University of Basel
  • Lecturer
    Prof. Dr. Jürg Utzinger, Prof. Dr. Günther Fink
  • Content

    Every session consists of a student s report on a selected topic, preferably supported by a power-point presentation, followed by a detailed discussion. The report must be briefly summarized and distributed as a handout. The seminar is designed for arts and science students at MSc level.

    Schedule
    1) Introduction, outline the framework for the course, and nomination of speakers and their topics


    2) Selection of topics covered (will be discussed in the first meeting):
    Dams, irrigation and schistosomiasis; Climate change and vector-borne diseases; Contamination of human breast milk with pesticides; sources and mitigation measures; Integration of neglected tropical disease control programmes; Malaria and malaria control; Urban health; The Okavango insecticide spraying campaign; nothing learnt from former lessons?; Pesticide use in developing countries; environmental and human health risks; Does the improvement of cattle health cause the disruption of key ecological processes?
    Economic crisis, food crises and health
    Genetically-modified crops -- to do or not to do


    Learning Outcomes:
    Human health is often cross-linked with environmental and social factors. Examples include - Land use practices that influence Malaria transmission rates, the contamination of human breast milk by pesticide residues from disease-vector control or plant protection measures, and hygiene-related problems in urban agriculture. The aim of the seminar is the acquisition of in-depth knowledge on primarly Africa-related specific topics in epidemiology and environmental sciences.

  • Place
    tbd
  • Contact

    ​Christine Mensch (christine.mensch@swisstph.ch)

  • Registration

    through mobility or by e-mail to Christine Mensch

Zurich Lectures cum Graduate Seminar in Development Geography

  • Time
    28 September Elia Apostolopoulou (lecture 28.9..; workshop tbd); Sanjay Srivastava (lecture tbd.; workshop tbd); Eugene McCann (lecture 23.11. online.; no workshop)
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    1
  • Institution
    GIUZ, University of Zurich
  • Lecturer
    Elia Apostolopoulou, Sanjay Srivastava, Eugene McCann
  • Content

    ​We invite an internationally renowned scholar for a public talk, a one-day workshop and for individual talks with PhD students.

  • Place
    Dept. of Geography, Winterthurerstr. 190, 8057 Zurich (public lecture) and place tba (for workshop and individual talks)
  • Contact

    ​Norman Backhaus (norman.backhaus@geo.uzh.ch)

  • Registration

    ​Please register through Norman Backhaus (norman.backhaus@geo.uzh.ch)). Please include also a brief description of your research topic and affiliation.

    In order to get the ECTS, you need to a) participate in one of the public lectures and write a summary about the talk (1-2 A4 pages) and b) participate in one workshop.

PhD Colloquium

  • Time
    20 October and 18 November ; 13.00 - 17.00
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    0.5
  • Institution
    CDE, University of Bern
  • Lecturer
    various
  • Content

    ​This PhD colloquium is dedicated to elaborating and discussing difficulties encountered during research. Each PhD student will be invited to present his or her most critical problem, which the group will then discuss along with potential solutions. The participating PhD students will find adequate answers to their main difficulties in research; this will enable them to improve the quality of their research.


    Learning outcomes:

    The PhD candidates are
    1) able to artiulate the research challenges (conceptually, thematically, methodologically) they face.
    2) have adequate answers to their main difficulties in research.
    3) able to improve the quality of their research.

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    igsnorthsouth.cde@unibe.ch

  • Registration

    ​To register please send an e-mail to igsnorthsouth.cde@unibe.ch

Game changers for change agents?

  • Time
    2 November - 4 November; 08.00 - 18.00 (exact times tbd)
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    1.5
  • Institution
    CDE, University of Bern
  • Lecturer
    Dr. Sabin Bieri, Eva Ming, guest speakers
  • Content

    ​Progress in sustainable development arguably does not only rely on more and better systems science, but additionally requires scientific investment in the combination of different knowledge types – prominently referred to as target and transformation knowledge.
    To this end, methodologies geared towards the “how” of transformation and techniques to impart insights from sustainability science towards a broader public are in demand. Games and gamification lend themselves to the negotiation and deliberation of research findings, creating a tangible format to experience complex system dynamics. Thus, gamification offers a potential to create tools for so-called change agents to actively engage in sustainability debates and eventually spur their engagement for transformation.
    Against the background of the UN Decade of Action, participants will discuss the role of science, and sustainability science in particular, in view of the transformations needed to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals. They will critically assess the different knowledge types and their contributions to effective pathways to impact. The course will offer a learning space and platform to acquire specific sustainability competencies, namely with regards to the translation of complex and complicated systems knowledge into actionable transformation knowledge.


    Learning outcomes:

    Overall learning objectives
    1. Participants will reflect on different knowledge types and various methodological approaches within sustainability science that offer the potential of producing “actionable knowledge”.
    2. Based on the example of a game, participants will explore opportunities and challenges of translating scientific results into an intelligible format, e.g. making the results comprehensible and accessible for potential change agents.
    3. They will discuss the potential and effectiveness of games and gamification for transformative sustainability research.

    Specific learning objectives:
    4. Participants will be introduced to different knowledge types and will reflect on adequate methodological approaches as they refer to specific knowledge creation in sustainability sciences
    5. From the example of the SYNCAFÉ Laos Project, where research results on the Lao coffee value chain are being transformed into an interactive game, students will experience the power of a gamified story and assess chances and pitfalls of gamification.
    6. Candidates will get insights, from the interaction with researchers and practitioners, including from game developers, as to what it takes to produce a game from a research synthesis.
    7. Participants will become players and critically evaluate learning outcomes of the game.
    8. They will explore the possibility of adopting a gamification strategy within their own research.

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    ​Eva Ming (eva.ming@unibe.ch)

  • Registration

    ​Please register by sending an e-mail to igsnorthsouth.cde@unibe.ch

Environmental impact and risk assessments

  • Time
    23 November - 26 November and 7 - 10 December; 12.00 - 16.15
  • Module
    DTM
  • ECTS
    3
  • Institution
    IGD, University of Lausanne
  • Lecturer
    G. Walters
  • Content

    ​This course focuses on techniques and tools to evaluate large, medium and small conservation and development projects, from oil palm plantations and mining company projects to biodiversity conservation projects. Over 8, half days, the course will expose students to the issues and risks around project implementation from both environmental and social concerns, discuss environmental impact assessments (including strategic environmental impact assessments), High Conservation Value and High Carbon Stock approaches, the mitigation hierarchy, environmental and social safeguards, Free Prior Informed Consent, environmental defenders, and engagement with local communities.  

    Group projects will be conducted whereby students learn how to apply the Environmental and Social Management System (focusing on biodiversity, invasive species, cultural heritage, indigenous peoples and resettlement) used by organisations such as the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) to assess conservation projects. Real-world projects will be assessed, using those developed for donors such as the Global Environmental Facility and the Green Climate Fund.

    Current issues and debates will be explored (e.g. oil palm industry, project scandals by major conservation NGOs) and the class will visit IUCN Headquarters (Gland, Switzerland) to hear from specialists in the sector. A second field trip to an UNIL building work site is also planned.  In class talks will be given by experts.


    Learning outcomes:

    • To learn why environmental and social impact assessments were first implemented, their evolution, and the shortcomings
    • To understand current methods use to evaluate projects from both environmental and social perspectives
    •  To apply an environmental and social safeguard system to a real world project

  • Place
    TBD
  • Contact

    ​G. Walters (gretchen.walters@unil.ch)

  • Registration

    ​To register for the course as an external student, please contact Marie-Christelle Pierlot marie-christelle.pierlot@unil.ch or +41216923513

  

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